Great place for nice casual dinning. Unfortunately, we were there the evening of the fire. Hope they come back!
Had a great dinner experience for my birthday with my entire family. Services was impeccable, very thankful
We went for brunch before a Sunday matinee at Playhouse in the park. The food was outstanding as it usually is at Tano. We are so happy that we were there for brunch last Sunday since the horrible fire now has Tano out of commission.
We hope that Tano will be able to reopen soon,it is a gem for dining locally.
Meeting old friends for Saturday dinner. Need a place with great food and friendly service. But want to be able to chat and catch up with friends without being interrupted. Tano met all this and more. We've loved Tano for years and can't wait to see how they rebound and come back better and stronger!
Food was very good! Service was slow. Drink refills were slow.
Great mussels and martini. Enjoyed this place vey much.
I have never had worse service in my life at a restaurant and it was Mother's Day !
Having a bartender who does not stay at the bar and is a server means we couldn't even get a drink while we waited 15 minutes for our table for which we had a reservation for. The table party next to us sat down 15 minutes before us and got their drinks first! Was really bad. A shame with good food but not worth it
Excellent, as always. Crowded, as always, especially on Mother's Day.
We had reservations but wasn't seated until 45 minutes later than our reservation. They were very busy. It seemed like we weren't the only one that had reservations and had to wait. But once we sat down it took awhile for our waitress, the hostess got our drinks. The manager comp our first round of drinks that was nice.
The food was worth the wait. I had shrimp and grits which was flavorful and filling. My mom had the Brussels spout omelette which was wonderful.
Tano always does it right. I've been here for lunches and several dinners, but this was the first time for Brunch. Excellent menu and the service, as always top notch.
First timer, great service and food. Shrimp appetizer a bit pricey but good overall value. Very enjoyable atmosphere.
Normally the food is wonderful but we had to send both of our meals back as the pork chops were too tough to cut. The server was outstanding and did everything she could to take care of us. Chalk it up to an off night.
Great intimate spot with delicious food and professional wait staff. Nestled in down town Loveland it is a fun place to eat and then walk around and shop in the local establishments. Highly recommend the steak offerings and stuffed salmon. the potato croquet that comes with the filet mignon was ridiculously tasty. One negative, the tables are a bit close together because it is a small location. I was with my wife and a little to close to a table of 4. If you are a party of two request a table by the windows and you will have more separation. Other than that this place is awesome!
The usual, expected, continuing great place for fine food, with interesting variations. We always enjoy.
Lovely little restaurant in downtown Loveland, with some outdoor seating. Was super busy for a Sunday night, due to the Cincinnati Restaurant Week. Despite the acoustic panels on the ceiling, it was quite loud when we arrived, but we were seated by the window, which was thankfully quieter. Our waitress was super busy and it took a while for drinks/bread, but she was quick to deliver water and our 3 course meals. She was friendly and efficient. Our meal was good to very good, but not exceptional, however, it would not deter us from giving it another try (on a less busy night). We could tell that the chef had inspiration, while also trying to cater for a milder palate. All in all, a nice evening was had by my husband and I.